For more that 115.000 - 120.000 years the Mørup Stone has been located near Snejbjerg. The stone is 8,6 m long, 4,4 m wide, 0,5 m above ground level and 3,5 m under the ground. It is the second biggest stone in Denmark.
It is one of the greatest migrating stones from the previous Ice Age.
The Mørup Stone is a so-called larvikite, who came to Denmark during the last but one ice age. larvikite is a rock from the southern part of Norway. It is called an indicator boulder, because it takes us back to where the ice came from.